Chemis3D 2.89b – Java 3D Molecular Viewer Applet

Chemis3D 2.89b

:: DESCRIPTION

Chemis3D is a Java Applet which renders virtual 3D molecular models within a Web document. It is specially designed for open interactive molecular visualization on the Internet or via an intranet. Molecular structures can be manipulated in real-time and rendered in various styles and appearances.

Chemis3D is a small applet running well on any Java-enabled browser and requiring no specialized plug-in nor professional applications.

Features

  • Real-time manipulation and fast 3D rendering.
  • Wide variety of molecular representations including special styles and color coding schemes for proteins and nucleic acids .
  • Enhanced interface using popumenu and key shortcuts .
  • Multi-models display and molecular animation capabilities.
  • Measuring and analysing tools.
  • Support of the most popular molecular data formats :Brookhaven Protein DataBank (*.pdb).MSC XMol files (*.xyz).MDL molfiles (*.mol).

::DEVELOPER

Didier COLLOMB

:: SCREENSHOTS

:: REQUIREMENTS

  • Java-enabled browser

:: DOWNLOAD

Chemis3D 2.89b

:: MORE INFORMATION

Chemis3D MAY BE FREELY USED FOR PERSONNAL, ACADEMIC AND NON-COMMERCIAL PURPOSES, IN AGREEMENT WITH THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS.

RasTop 2.2 – Molecular Visualization Software Adapted for Rasmol

RasTop 2.2

:: DESCRIPTION

RasTop is a molecular visualization software adapted from the program RasMol, which was initially developed by Roger Sayle. RasTop is particularly adapted for educational purposes and for the rapid analysis of macromolecules at the bench.  RasTop wraps a user-friendly graphical interface around the “RasMol molecular engine”. There is no need to type on the command line; each command in the menu generates its own script. Through an extended menu and a command panel, users can manipulate numerous molecules rapidly and learn about them. Work sessions are saved in script format and are fully regenerated with a simple mouse click.

::DEVELOPER

Philippe Valadon

:: SCREENSHOTS

:: REQUIREMENTS

  • Windows
  • Linux with Wine
  • Mac with Virtual PC

:: DOWNLOAD

RasTop 2.2Version Francaise

:: MORE INFORMATION

RasTop 2.2 is distributed both under the GPL license ad the Rasmol license.  Certain conditions apply to users and to developers to ensure that RasTop remain open source. Please, consult the license.txt and raslic.txt file in the package.

ArrayMaker 2.6 – Provides Robotic Control of Microarrayer Robots

ArrayMaker 2.6

:: DESCRIPTION

ArrayMaker provides high performance robotic control of microarrayer robots with an incredibly intuitive, easy to use interface. ArrayMaker is optimized for use with the new generation of ultra fast linear servo driven arrayers, yet it is backwards compatible with the original MGuide style of ball-screw driven arrayers.

Features highly flexible configuration options, orange packing, replicate spots, replicate arrays, multiple slide and plate orientations.

::DEVELOPER

Derisi Lab

:: SCREENSHOTS

:: REQUIREMENTS

Windows 98/2000/NT/XP, Galil DMC-1832 Series PCI Bus Controller Card

:: DOWNLOAD

ArrayMaker 2.6, File Size:2,494K

:: MORE INFORMATION

This version has a new parameter in the “motor.cfg” file for a separate acceleration value for the x-stage during test prints. This value should be entered on the 19th line of your “motor.cfg” file, inserted between the “HPrintZ” line and the “SpeedX” line.

SilVA 1.1.1 – Silent Variant Analysis using random Forests

SilVA 1.1.1

:: DESCRIPTION

SilVA (Latin for “forest”) is a tool for the automated harmfulness prediction of synonymous (silent) mutations within the human genome. SilVA bases its predictions on a number of features, including conservation, codon usage, splice sites, splicing enhancers and suppressors, and mRNA folding free energy. Given variants in a VCF file, SilVA will rank the rare synonymous variants according to their predicted harmfulness.

::DEVELOPER

Orion Buske and Michael Brudno

:: SCREENSHOTS

N/A

::REQUIREMENTS

  • Linux
  • Perl
  • Python
  • R package

:: DOWNLOAD

 SilVA

:: MORE INFORMATION

Citation

Bioinformatics. 2013 Aug 1;29(15):1843-50. doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btt308.
Identification of deleterious synonymous variants in human genomes.
Buske OJ, Manickaraj A, Mital S, Ray PN, Brudno M.